Demystifying Sober for the Sober Curious I’m nothing short of stunned by the dramatic changes that have occurred in my life over the course of the past 5 weeks since I decided to commit to 3 months of sobriety. I’ve been thinking a lot about how to describe my experience to someone else in the
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It is also quite possible that the hypoglycemia comes first and that people with hypoglycemia are more likely to become dependent on alcohol than other people.
One of the things that I love about listening to podcasts, is the quality of people out there in the world who struggled with their alcohol demons, won big time, and are living joyfully sober. The people you meet in recovery circles are some of the most healthy, vibrant, creative, sensitive, wise, authentic, and radically
Are you Ready for a Fresh Perspective ? Open your mind to the possibilties and Join Us in a Taking a Break from the Booze. For years, I’ve been reading that moderate daily drinking is heart healthy, lowers your chance of eventually developing dementia, and can help you lose weight. Now they’re saying that no
10, Raise the “barrier” to drinking. Don’t keep alcohol at home. Don’t carry enough cash to buy booze. 9. Don’t skip meals. Eating healthy 3-4 times a day reduces alcohol cravings. 8. Act like you are in charge. Don’t think or talk like a victim, someone who can’t stop drinking. Actually, alcohol is powerless –